Even Losers Can
Making schnitzel, wife brought home 2in thick pork chops. Y'all, I just beat my meat so hard.
RT @QueenCerseiReal RobertCare is a broken mess. Piece by piece we will now begin the process of giving Westeros the great PotShops it deserves!
"Crotchal region" isn't a phrase you hear that much at work.
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Monthly Archives: January 2014
His office chair slowly rocks back and forth as he folds his arms over his head and stares at the ceiling. Frustrated, he blows his breath up and over his forehead, blowing the bangs that haven’t been found there for … Continue reading
So, a while back I tweeted this: @Truth_About_It does Porter have a nickname? If not I vote for #Slenderman — Even Losers Can Win (@evenloserswin) December 7, 2013 And then, yesterday this happened: BTW, credit for #Slenderman, aka The Washington … Continue reading
We’re in one of those weird lulls in my sports world – Saints out of the playoffs, a few weeks before spring training for the Cubs and the Wizards are in the part of the NBA regular season that makes … Continue reading
With the Saints season finally coming to an end with an exciting, if disappointing, loss in Seattle, I wanted to write something to recap the season. However, I realize that there are a glut of such articles online right now … Continue reading
The Saints travel back to Seattle looking for revenge. They say it’s a dish best served cold, but it’s going to be a wet and windy Saturday in the great northwest. Forecasts call for temperatures between 49 and 41 degrees. … Continue reading